How China is supplying surveillance technology and training around the world
This report, which was authored by Lorand Laskai, who is a JD Candidate at Yale Law School, provides an overview of the surveillance technology and training that the Chinese government supplies to countries around the world. China, European countries, Israel, the US, and Russia, are all major providers of such surveillance worldwide, as are multilateral organisations such as the European Union. Countries with the largest defence and security sectors are transferring technology and practices to governments and agencies around the world, including to some of the most authoritarian countries in the world.
The report looks at China's global work on anti-cyberterrorism cooperation, cybersecurity and content moderation assistance, military and security assistance, development and sales of drones, satellites, and other technology, support of infrastructure projects, and other forms of direct and indirect suppling of surveillance technology and training.